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Leave It to Weaver 

When Anspaugh decides to retire as chief of staff and return to surgery, he appoints Romano as his replacement. Greene expresses reservations about the decision, but Weaver does not support... See full summary »

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When Anspaugh decides to retire as chief of staff and return to surgery, he appoints Romano as his replacement. Greene expresses reservations about the decision, but Weaver does not support Greene. Romano makes Weaver the new chief of emergency medicine. Written by Anonymous

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30 September 1999 (USA)  »

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Goran Visnjic, Michael Michele and Paul McCrane join the cast with this episode. Visnjic and MCCrane are the first male additions to the series' main cast- all new cast members in the first five seasons were female. This is the largest simultaneous cast expansion in the history of the show, with three additions (two of which did not guest star previously). See more »

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When Corday and Greene are in the trauma room after Dr. Cameron leaves the scene, Dr. Corday has put on a blue lead lined vest for the x-ray but it is gone in shots where the camera is behind her. See more »

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Vanilla Latte Boy: What kind of accent is that?
Dr. Luka Kovac: Thick.
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References Leave It to Beaver (1957) See more »

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Leave It to Weaver (#6.1)
3 March 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This is a nice beginning for a new season. we start with the reminder of carol being pregnant now and having her normal day dealing with the interactions that all pregnant women know. And then there is a big truck accident that brings us all back to emergency.

We get to see some knew doctors. There is Dr. Finch whom we don't see much about yet and Luka who is not a regular doctor yet. He seems to be a great substitute for Dr. Ross and intended to be such. Very much into children, similar type of looks. Even Carol noticed it by now, the way she looked at him from the start.

And there are new stories. Weaver seems to have thrown Greene under the bus by not supporting the idea they both agreed on that Romano is not a right support for Anspaugh. This may get interesting, especially with Romano in this position.

Lots of children story lines in this season. Besides Carol's pregnancy there is Pete's custody story and Jeannie planning to adopt an HIV positive baby.

Carter wanting to hoop up with his cousins ex wife seems a bit weird, but who knows, may end up being interesting.


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